5 edition of The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia, Vol. 2, Part 2 found in the catalog.
November 1, 1999 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia is a multi-authored treatment of the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to Indonesia. Unlike other histories of the region, it is not divided on a country-by-country basis and is not structured purely chronologically, but rather takes a thematic and regional approach to Southeast Asia.
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$/5(6). In these four volumes, now published in paperback, twenty-two scholars of international reputation consider the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to Indonesia. Volume 3 charts the establishment of the colonial régimes during the period c. to and defines this period as one of intensified European penetration, political consolidation by the dominant states, and.
The prefaces also comment on some of the research into and thinking about the subject undertaken since the original contributions were completed for the first edition. Volume I charts Southeast Asia's beginnings, from prehistory to c. Volume II discusses Southeast Asia's interaction with foreign countries during the period c.
to c. Volume 1, part 2 discusses Southeast Asia's interaction with foreign countries during the period c to c Of specific interest is increased trade with China, India and Europe.
The spread of Islam and Christianity in the period is shown to change Southeast Asia dramatically/5(21).
Volume 2, part 1 charts the establishment of the colonial régimes during the period c. to Synopsis In these four volumes, now published in paperback, twenty-two scholars of international reputation consider the whole of mainland and island Southeast Asia from Burma to s: 1.
book was published in under the title ‘‘Focus in Southeast Asia’’. The original book was written substantially by two leading Australian historians who specialise in the ASEAN region, Professor (now Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Western Sydney) John Ingleson and Dr Ian Black of the University of New South Wales.
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The general editors were John Holland Rose, A.P. Newton and Ernest Alfred Benians. The work appeared during a period of transition from the British Empire to the British Commonwealth and. The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia is a 2-volume history book published by Cambridge University Press (CUP) covering the history of Southeast was edited by Nicholas Tarling.
Contents. The volumes of the series are as follows: From Early Times to c (edited by Nicholas Tarling), ISBN ; The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (edited by Nicholas Tarling), Author: Nicholas Tarling. Catalog Title: Cambridge History of Ancient China This database covers the origins of Chinese civilization to B.C.
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This book commemorates ten years of English in Southeast Asia Conferences. The conference series is the result of collaboration among member universities from nine countries: Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Thailand and Indonesia. Since the. Strange Parallels Southeast Asia in Global Context, c.
– Volume 2: Mainland Mirrors: Europe, Japan, China, South Asia, and the Islands Blending ﬁne-grained case studies with overarching theory, this book seeks both to integrate Southeast Asia into world history and to rethink much of Eurasia’s premodern past.
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Description: The Journal of Southeast Asian Studies is one of the principal outlets for scholarly articles on Southeast Asia (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, East Timor, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam).
Embracing a wide range of academic disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, the journal publishes manuscripts oriented toward a scholarly. Read this book on Questia. Here is a brief survey of the history of Southeast Asia from ancient times to the present, paying particular attention to the region's role in world history and the distinctive societies that arose in lands shaped by green fields and forests, blue rivers and seas.
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Cambridge History of Southeast Asia - How is Cambridge History of Southeast Asia abbreviated. The Cambridge History of Southeast Asia has been reissued in a four-part, two-volume Nicholas Tarling, ed., Cambridge History of Southeast Asia.
A History of Southeast Asia narrates the history of the region from earliest recorded times until today, covering present-day Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, Indonesia and East Timor.
Part 2 Late Southeast Asia (including the colonial period)/5(7). What is commonly known as modern day “Southeast Asia” has shared a common history characterized by numerous foreign occupations and takeovers that have influenced the cultures and countries that thrive within its boundaries today.
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South East Asia is taken in this history to include the countries of the Asian mainland south of China, from Burma in the west to Vietnam in the east and the islands from Sumatra in the west to the Philippines and New Guinea in the east.
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Includes bibliographical references (v. 2, p. ) and indexes v. From early times to c. -- v. The nineteenth and twentieth centuriesPages: Research within Questia's collection of full-text online articles from Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol.
49, issue 2 (June) as part of the ongoing nation-building project. This issue has Read preview The Cambridge history of Southeast Asia reports that the 'period from the mid-nineteenth to early twentieth century in Southeast.
A History of South-East Asia. Authors (view affiliations) D G E Hall; Textbook. 55 Citations; 7 Mentions; k Downloads; Part of the Macmillan Asian Histories Series book series Chapters Table of contents (52 chapters) About About this book. Description: The Journal of Asian History [abbreviated: JAH], founded inwas formerly edited (vols.
) by Denis Sinor (†), Indiana University, Bloomington, and from (vols. ) by Roderich Ptak, LMU Munich, and Claudius C. Müller, Hong Kong. Its present editors (beginning with vol. 49) are Dorothee Schaab-Hanke (OSTASIEN Verlag Gossenberg, Germany) and Achim Mittag.
Globalization in World History supports earlier works that identify non-Western "world-systems" earlier that A.D., such as Janet Abu-Lughod's Before European Hegemony or K.N. Chaudhuri's Asia Before Europe. The volume is an important contribution to world history because the authors assess the past from a global, rather than national.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The era from to saw intense biological, commercial, and cultural exchanges, and the creation of global connections on an unprecedented scale. Divided into two books, Volume 6 of the Cambridge World History series considers these critical transformations.
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